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Meek Mill Explains Why Drake Shouldn’t Have Expected Rules In Pusha T Beef

Written by Ayobami Sodiq
                           Rapper Meek Mill attends the Billboard 2018 R&B Hip-Hop Power Players event at Legacy Records on September 27, 2018 in New York City.

Anyone who grew up around battle rap culture knows that there aren’t many boundaries, nor are there rules. It came as a surprise to many when Drake said that Pusha T went too far by dissing 40 over his health condition. However, many people, including Styles P and Dave East, claimed that there aren’t any rules to a rap beef. In fact, Meek Mill, whose career was at risk of falling off after Drake’s Grammy-nominated diss track “Back To Back” dropped, claimed that there “ain’t such thing as going too hard.”

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In a recent sit down with Angie Martinez, Meek Mill spoke on the beef between Drake and Pusha T and everything that transpired this summer. While many argued that Pusha T went too far by dissing Drake’s parents and exposing the Canadian’s secret child, Meek suggested that it’s all part of the game.

“Ain’t no such thing as going too hard. I would tell Drake that when I see him, too,” he said. “I’m just tellin’ you, I’m come from where n***as sayin’, ‘We will smoke your mom.’ Like, ‘We will lay on your mom and smoke her. Your dad is a rat. Your sister is a hoe.'”

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Meek then pointed out the fact that Drake never abided by any unwritten rules during their beef.

“It wasn’t no rules on me,” he said. “They got memes, all types of shit going on. I don’t know what to do. I’m in the mix. I’m confused now.”

“Ain’t no rules, though,” he added. “You can take any stance you want, you can do it how you want. Just, you know, continue your legacy and be great. We’re going to see all at the end, five years from now, 10 years from now, who is going to continue to be great. We’re gonna have some shootouts sometimes, you know what I mean? But as long as you make it home, that’s all that matters at the end of the night.”

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